the IC title match was amazing except for the camera nearly missing the pin. The main event was a ton of fun too with the except of Reigns kicking out of everything. The Usos suck and have been generating Xpac heat for months and no one at WWE has seemed to notice. The Asylum match was fine but holy hell it went way way too long.
Satoshi lives in a cardboard box...confirmed... Do you realize the heat source and energy needed to bring an average sized room's temperature by nearly 3 degrees fahrenheit? I can't imagine the insanity needed to notice this. Do you have stacks of notebooks with various recorded data lying around your house?
A machine with double the specs runs Window 10 like crap... Anyway, I want the PS4 controller with better quality sticks and better battery life. The Xbox one...give me a smaller console....that thing is enormous.
So i started on 3/21 and things got interesting last week. Crazyness. I've been slowly but surely learning the position being a floating account rep and I was supposed to help this rep cover for a girl that was out on thurday and friday. He was kind of a dick, but whatever. We had a few meetings the last week or 2 with the CEO over some things. Out of nowhere the guy I was supposed to help cover for the girl got fired and I got his accounts and had to cover for the girl myself. Completely insane. I didnt finish work thursday/friday until midnight So yay, I got promoted.
I get motion sick on rides and in a car when I'm not driving and not paying attentions. I'm the same way on planes/trains if I'm not staring out the window. Games don't bother me at all. I think the only one that bugged me a little was the Xbox 360 port of Marathon.
I'm gonna say it was early 2005 (maybe 2004) or so when I had a nasty lung infection. I had a fever for almost 2 weeks at night. No matter the antibiotic, it wouldn't go away. I barely ate for 2+ weeks and lost 18 pounds. I was only 170 pounds when I finally started to feel better. It was right around then where I decided to get in the best shape of my life since I had already lost so much weight.